As promised, Tarallucci e Vino opened an Upper West Side outpost yesterday, and it’s currently serving breakfast and lunch (you’ll recognize items like French toast with bananas and mascarpone from the downtown locations) as well as a dinner menu created by chef Riccardo Bilotta, an alum of the Michelin-starred restaurants in Madrid (La Broche) and Tuscany (Il Pellicano). There are 25 by-the-glass offerings, thanks to a “Vinify” system that sucks the oxygen from wine bottles to keep them fresh longer. Check out the menus, and take a look inside, below.
Photo: Courtesy of Tarallucci e Vino
Tarallucci e Vino, 475 Columbus Ave., nr. 83rd St.; 212-362-5454